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May 12, 2015

“Another bowl of GMO sir?”

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 12:15 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the showery, turbulent, humid island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this 12th day of May, 2015, a Tuesday to be sure, as the weather on this little sand bar created by that “Last Great Ice Age” 11,500 years ago turns towards the season of summer, with temperatures hitting perhaps 65 degrees today.  A far cry from the 1 degree Fahrenheit reading we ALL were experiencing only a few short months ago, at least those of US on the east coast.  Spring does certainly hope eternally (’hope springs eternal’ too), or is it we that eternally hope for Spring?  I don’t know, I never did the math.  I am just grateful I get to take a walk after writing this short commentary on the sad state of the world today, a story I am sure you dear reader, are all too familiar with.  Yes, taking a walk across the green, green grass of Azelton Park, overlooking Hyannis Harbor, ‘gateway to the sea’, heading south down Ocean Street, past the John F. Kennedy Memorial (a must SEA!), arriving only a couple of football fields to wide open Nantucket Sound, or, (a beach that is famous for wind surfing, kite surfing or just watching all of the yachts, ferries, and other nautical vessels) what the “locals” call Kalmus Beach–a Barnstable town beach like Dowses Beach (Osterville), walking the mysterious, wide open sandy places that only you can find.  Watery places to wit our 35th U.S. President Jack Kennedy once said of said waters in Newport, Rhode Island in September 1962, a ‘fine wine dinner party’ before the America’s Cup races–

“…All of us have in our veins the exact percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears.  We are tied to the ocean.  And when we go back to the sea–whether it is to sail it, or to watch it–we are going back from whence we came.” JFK


Here’s another quote from a film, well a horror documentary if you will, let’s go to the video tape!  I will wager a bet that you don’t know where it came from.  Well, I am not really a betting man so I recsind the offer.  However, I am willing to simonize your car.

“Americans on the bottom rung, such as ‘the Whitehall study’ in Great Britain a few years back, brings economic (work/stress/health) reality to light, confirming that there is a social distribution of disease as you go from the top of the latter to the bottom.  For example, those at said bottom rung have a four fold increase of heart disease based mortality than those on higher rungs.  And this problem exists irrespective of health care.  Lower social status?  Worse health.  This phenomenon could be termed as psychosocial stress and it is at the foundation of the greatest social distortions plaguing our society today.  It’s cause?  The monetary-market system.”

“Make no mistake, the greatest destroyer of ecology, the greatest source of waste, depletion and pollution.  The greatest purveyor of violence and war, crime, poverty, animal abuse and inhumanity.  The greatest generator of social and personal neurosis, mental disorders, depression and anxiety.  Not to mention, the greatest source of social paralysis.”

“Stopping us from moving into new methodologies, personal health, global sustainability, and progression on this planet.  It is not some corrupt government or legislation.  It’s not some rogue corporation or banking cartel.  Not some flaw of human nature, and not some secret hidden cabal that control$ the world.  It is, in fact, the socioeconomic system itself at it’s very foundation.”    (”Zeitgeist: moving forward”–an independent film–circa 2011)

“I say sir, would you care for another GMO?”

“Are you insane man, all of my products contain various amounts of the pesticide “Round-up” in them, thus, I am not sure how safe they really are…, seeing we only did a three month test (with lab rats), finding nothing of course, but then that French scientist did the same test and the rats all got cancer…, but who cares, am I right?  What the stupid, ill informed American public doesn’t know won’t hurt them.  Or will it?  (laughter).  I mean, we now have 80 percent of the grocery stores content with invisible GMO’s within said products, plus we are beginning to own more and more land, world wide, owning more LIFE, as we own the seeds that carry life to this miserable human race.  Why heck fire Jeeves, pass me one of those (pick any breakfast cereal made in America today), boxes of Lucky Charms, yes sir, we are going to have US some GMO today, by gosh by golly!  In fact, pass me that milk you bought at the peasant store the other day, yes, this has plenty of GMO in it too, because the cows we use eat the corn meal that contains high doses of the stuff, that may, or may not be killing our children. It is, at the very least, making them obese and vulnerable to all kinds of diseases.  F ‘em if they can’t take a joke.  The only thing that matters is that we are making money for the shareholders and of course, ME!”

“Well played sir, well played.  I take it you will not really be wanting that GMO laced bowl of Lucky Charms?”

“Of course not, are you insane?  Plus, I already have all the LUCK I need, it’s called the U.S. Congress and by 2016, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue…”


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